Croatia

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weekly show ''Nightmare Stage'' and his satirical micronation the Republic of Peščenica. He lives and works in Zagreb. '''''Konac konca''''' is an album of the Croatian rock band Živo blato. It was released in 2000. Stylistically, the album varies from heavy ("Estrada") to straight rockers ("Pas" and "Loš"), and even includes an a cappella novelty song ("Ajkulo"). Influences of foreign (AC DC, Metallica, ZZ Top, Judas


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from the ancient Latin name of the Croatian town Vinkovci which was "Colonia Aurelia Cibalae". During Summer 2006, Colonia went on a tour with the name "Gastro club turneja" promoting ''Najbolje od svega'', playing in 22 cities.

; ref During Summer 2006, Colonia went on a tour with the name "Gastro club turneja" promoting ''Najbolje od svega'', playing in 22 cities. The tour started on July 19, 2006 in Umag, Croatia and ended on October 15, 2006 in Dubrovnik, Croatia.


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of an inn, 1986; Asmodejev šal Asmodey’s shawl, 1988) show similar traits: these are essentially novels of complex narrative techniques recreating dramatic events in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina from 16th to 18th century and describing historical fatum of Croats caught in the “clash of civilizations”- a three centuries long warfare between Austria, the Ottoman Empire and Venice. Aralica successfully mastered many divergent elements in his fiction, so that his finest novels are both replete with contemplative wisdom sayings on human condition and rammed with action; also, his artistry is expressed in numerous naturalist passages integrated in the over-arching Christian vision of life where natural and the supernatural fuse into one reality. thumb 250px right A non-contemporary representation of the execution of Matija Gubec at the square in front of st. Mark's Church in Zagreb, by Oton Iveković (File:Oton Ivekovic, Smaknuce Matije Gupca (na trgu ispred crkve sv. Marka u Zagrebu).jpg) The '''Croatian-Slovenian peasant revolt''' of 1573 was a large peasant revolt in today's Croatia and Slovenia. The revolt, sparked by cruel treatment of serfs by the baron Franjo Tahy, ended after 12 days with the defeat of the rebels and bloody retribution by the nobility. '''Croatia''' competed at the '''2004 Summer Olympics''' in Athens, Greece. The team included 81 athletes in 14 sports, 30 members of expert teams, six Olympic Mission members, as well as three doctors and seven physiotherapists, organized by the Croatian Olympic Committee. Sporting career He won a bronze medal in the K-1 1000 m at the 1999 world junior championships in Zagreb, Croatia, and then became world junior marathon champion in 2000. His first success as a senior came with a silver medal at the 2003 world championships (2003 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships) in Gainesville, Georgia in the men's K-1 1000 m event. At the 2004 Summer Olympics Van Koeverden won two medals, including a gold in the K-1 500 m and a bronze in the K-1 1000 m. He was Canada's flag bearer at the closing ceremonies and was later awarded the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's top athlete of 2004. History The town of Litija is first mentioned in church documents dating to 1145. It developed as a trading post between Trieste, Ljubljana, and Croatia. The town gained market rights (Market town) in the 14th century. According to Janez Vajkard Valvasor, the name evolved from ''litus'', the Latin word for 'riverbank'. In Roman times mining developed in Litija and remained one of the primary sources of income until the 1965, when the biggest of the mines closed. In 1849 the Austrian Southern Railway reached Litija and boosted its economy. This development, however, also meant a decline in some of the traditional local professions. area_served


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work The World Game url http: theworldgame.sbs.com.au a-league news 481875 Milicevic-s-Victory-nightmare-ends accessdate 2011-05-15 Melbourne Victory FC On 20 February 2007 it was announced that Miličević had signed for the reigning A-League champions Melbourne Victory. He was not home long before he again drew interest from abroad with Croatian heavyweights Hajduk Split and Dinamo Zagreb both chasing his signature. Miličević declared the only club

he would ever play for in Croatia would be his childhood dream team Hajduk Split, citing both the fanatical Torcida and close friend Josip Skoko as inspirations. His time with the Victory was marred by a long-term knee injury he incurred on the opening day of the season. His contract with Melbourne Victory was "mutually terminated" on 22 February 2008.


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language Croatian title Treća vlada publisher Croatian Information-Documentation Referral Agency accessdate 2010-12-10 thumb right 150px Klopotec (File:Klopotec Prlekija.JPG) A '''klopotec''' (pronounced ) is a wooden mechanical device on a high wooden pole, similar to a windmill. It is used as a bird scarer in the vineyards of traditional wine-growing landscapes of Slovenia, Austria and Croatia


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retiring in August 2010. The two clubs promoted to top level were FK Radnički Kragujevac and NK Rijeka. Radnički Kragujevac returned to the highest division as winners of YSL Division East after spending two years in second level, which had ended their previous 1969–1972 three-season spell. In comparison, Croatian side NK Rijeka returned as winers of YSL Division West after four years in second level, which had interrupted their earlier 1958–1969 eleven-year top level tenure. NK


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, Bulgaria was established in 681 and became the first Slavic (Slavic peoples) country. The powerful Bulgarian Empire was the main rival of Byzantium for control of the Balkans for centuries and from the 9th century became the cultural centre of Slavic Europe. The Empire created the Cyrillic script during the 10th century AD, at the Preslav Literary School. Two states, Great Moravia and Kievan Rus', emerged among the Slavic peoples respectively in the 9th century

-to-apostles apostles , who were expelled from Great Moravia in 886, brought the Glagolitic alphabet and the Old Church Slavonic language to the Bulgarian Empire. It was taught at two Bulgarian literary schools in Preslav (Preslav Literary School) (capital 893–972) and Ohrid (Ohrid Literary School) (capital 991 997–1015). Encyclopedia

bulgaria+schools++preslav+ohrid&hl bg#v onepage&q bulgaria%20schools%20%20preslav%20ohrid&f false Interaction and isolation in late Byzantine culture, Jan Olof Rosenqvist, I.B.Tauris, 2004, ISBN 1-85043-944-3, p. 58. The Cyrillic script was developed shortly afterwards in the Preslav Literary School and replaced the Glagolitic one. The texts written during this era contain characteristics of the vernacular of Bulgaria. There are some linguistic differences


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Aleksandar Milanov "Atzke", joined the group with versatile Gojkov switching to guitar, and the new lineup had the first live appearance at the KUD Sonja Marinković. thumb 250px The mainstay band members: Aleksandar Popov "Dr. Pop" and Vladimir Radusinović "Radule" performing with Atheist Rap (File:Pope1.jpg) In 2000 the band took part in the campaign ''Vreme je... Izađi na crtu'' (''It's Time... Get Out There'') whose aim was to motivate the people to vote


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) footballer and manager. The comic book was first published by Vjesnik from Zagreb in 1972. Much of the comic book's success in Croatia is due to Nenad Brixy's distinctive translation, rich in baroque-sounding Croatisms (Croatian linguistic purism), which were almost forgotten in recent times. This edition is still a popular collectors' item. * '''Bulgaria''' - Nadezhda Mihailova (1997-2001) * '''Croatia''' - Mate Granić (1993-2000) * ''' Cyprus


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Music PGP RTS '''Parni valjak''' ("Steamroller") 1975 is a Croatian and former Yugoslav (SFRY) rock (rock (music)) band. They were one of the top acts of the former Yugoslav Rock scene (yu rock), and currently one of the top rock-and-roll bands in Croatia. In December 2005, Parni valjak made a farewell tour of Croatia and Slovenia on their 30th birthday. Their last public performance in 2005 was a concert on New Year's Eve in Ban Jelačić

Croatia

Tourism (Tourism in Croatia) dominates the Croatian service sector and accounts for up to 20% of Croatian GDP. Annual tourist industry income for 2011 was estimated at €6.61 billion. Its positive effects are felt throughout the economy of Croatia in terms of increased business volume observed in retail business, processing industry orders and summer seasonal employment. The industry is considered an export business, because it significantly reduces the country's external trade imbalance.

The bulk of the tourist industry is concentrated along the Adriatic Sea coast. Opatija was the first holiday resort since the middle of the 19th century. By the 1890s, it became one of the most significant European health resorts.

Croatia has unpolluted marine areas reflected through numerous nature reserves and 116 Blue Flag beaches.

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